It is fortunately surprising, and perhaps difficult to believe presently, that there was a period in the history of our specialty of facial plastic and reconstructive surgery where we were not recognized or represented as a specialty through a journal or identified publication. Indeed, Facial Plastic Surgery as a specific entity was being actively opposed by several other identifiable specialty groups and even by some individuals within Otolaryngology. Individual physicians who wished to focus on facial plastic and reconstructive surgery procedures and were inspired to further expand and develop expertise in that direction at that time had very few outlets and opportunities to share experience or interact with others of complementary and comparable interest.
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